Speedway Professional Rear End Ring & Pinion Axle Setup Tool Set
GM 8 Inch 10-Bolt, GM 8.5 Inch 10-Bolt, GM 8.625 Inch 10-Bolt, GM 8.875 Inch 12-Bolt Car
- Most accurate ring and pinion tool available
- Uses the same bearing the carrier uses to ensure proper center line to pinion measurement
- Does not assume that the cap is on the center as other tools do
- Comes complete with indicator to set backlash, wooden storage box, and instructions on proper usage
- Works on GM 10 and 12 bolt, 8.8" and 9" Ford, 8.25 and 8.75 Mopar, Danas with lower number than 60 and most other passenger car rear ends and small trucks
The most accurate ring and pinion set up tool available. It uses the same bearing the carrier uses to insure proper center line to pinion measurement. Does not assume that the cap is on the center as other tools do.
Comes complete with indicator to set back lash, wooden storage box and instructions on proper usage.
- Works with 9" Ford and GM 10-bolt/12-bolt applications.
910-82725 Instructions (pdf)
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